Supernova remnants in a million-year old sample

Supernova remnants in a million-year old sample

How do you find the remnants of violent cosmic events? Look at the bottom of the ocean of course! PhD student in nuclear physics, Dominik Koll,...

We work with researchers from across the globe to study the fundamental structure of matter with beams of high energy particles.

The Heavy Ion Accelerator Facility is a unique scientific facility that combines voltages of up to 15 million volts with some of the most accurate beam control and detection technology in the world.

HIAF is run by a world-class team that have helped researchers to unveil ancient climate records, discover evidence of nearby supernovae, develop new medical therapies and create new elements in the periodic table.

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